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Privacy

Supreme Court rules police need a warrant to access a suspects’ cellphone location data

The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 today that police cannot freely access people's cellphone location data, regardless if they are suspected for a crime. Police have always needed court-approved warrants before searching people's phones (due to the search and seizure protections under the Fourth Amendment), but they...

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UK report warns DeepMind Health could gain ‘excessive monopoly power’ – TechCrunch

DeepMind’s foray into digital health services continues to raise concerns. The latest worries are voiced by a panel of external reviewers appointed by the Google-owned AI company to report on its operations after its initial data-sharing arrangements with the U.K.’s National Health Service (NHS) ran...

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Audit of NHS Trust’s app project with DeepMind raises more questions than it answers – TechCrunch

A third party audit of a controversial patient data-sharing arrangement between a London NHS Trust and Google DeepMind appears to have skirted over the core issues that generated the controversy in the first place. The audit (full report here) — conducted by law firm Linklaters —...

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